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Dmitry Shameev

Cello for Classical, Pop, Klezmer, Movie music or Anime

Studied in Moscow Conservatory Geneva Conservatory, been a part of Russian National Orchestra, various chamber music groups.
Performed in such halls as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Victoria.
Records on Deutsche Grammophon, Pentatone classics.

Dmitry Shameev bietet auch Fernunterricht an.

Wie funktioniert Fernunterricht bei uns?


10 Lektionen an 45 Min.: CHF 930

Für Kinder sind auch 30-minütige Lektionen möglich.

Porträt von Dmitry Shameev


1207 Genève




Klassik, Romantik, Barock, Pop, Klezmer, Filmmusik und Anime


Anfänger, Fortgeschrittene und Master


Französisch, Englisch und Russisch


Dmitry Shameev unterrichtet Schüler*innen ab 5 Jahren

Interview mit Dmitry Shameev

Which musician has influenced you the most?
N.Shakhovskaya, my teacher for the incredible attention to the details, professional honesty and always doing 400%

What can you teach me on your instrument better than any other teacher?
Everyone can teach you how to play, I can teach you how to listen

How did you learn to play your instrument? I come from a musicians family, my father is a cellist, so before I realized anything I was going to a music school.

How do you go about writing a song or composing a piece yourself?
Could be done but not like Im doing it often. Doing adaptations for cello- much more often

What equipment do you play on today?

18th century cello, cos it was in our family

What personal trait helped you most when practicing?
Curiosity. Helps to discover new ways.

What does your instrument have that others don’t?
Human like voice

What do you pay particular attention to when teaching? 
Not to forget that path could be long and good things take time.

How do you structure your music lessons?
Some exercises followed by "musical" part.
But from time to time I do performing lessons. Sometimes no scales, sometimes scales day. I try to make it not always the same

How do you deal with children?
First of all to understand what do they like to do in life, what are our common interests. Get them talk, express themselves. Ask their opinion. But first of all be sure that they want to play at all.

What has been your greatest experience as a musician so far? 
Performing with a deaf percussion player. She felt the vibrations of the stage with her feet and she was much into music....

What was the biggest stage you played on?
Carnegie Hall, Auditorium Lingotto, Big Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Salle Pleyel, Tonhalle, Concertgebouw, Musikverein and many more

Which musician would you like to play with? With any musician who cares about what he's doing.

Which record would you take with you to a desert island?
Bach Preludes and Fugues. It is the universe.

Which stage would you most like to play on or do you most like to play on?
No matter if there's at least 1 person listening

What else is important in your life besides music?
My children